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Students aren’t here by accident. God is calling men and women from around the world to be equipped for Spirit-formed leadership at The King’s University.
"Graduates of TKU are impacting ministries all over the world, from worship leaders to missionaries to church planters to educators to Christian counselors, and the list goes on."
– Pastor Robert Morris, Gateway Church
The King’s provides sound biblical, theological, and practical ministry preparation for the next generation of Christ-like, Spirit-empowered, transformational leaders.
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Thinking about Israel
The King’s University Stands with Israel
by Dr. Jon Huntzinger
How should followers of Jesus think about Israel at times when the people are under siege and responding to attacks from their enemies? Though different answers might be given to this, a recommended way is to follow the example of The King’s University’s founder, Dr. Jack Hayford, on why we should stand with Israel today…
JOIN THE KING’S UNIVERSITY IN OXFORD As a part of TKU’s global vision to train the next generation, students are invited to study abroad this summer at the historic Oxford University. Oxford...
Are you interested in seeing what life is like as a student at The King's University? We invite you to come Experience The King's this semester with one of our upcoming Spring 2024 events! ON-CAMPUS...
(Southlake, TX – June 26, 2023) The King's University (TKU), a private Christian university located in Southlake, Texas, is proud to announce its commitment to making a Christian education more...
Dr. Jack Hayford, founder and chancellor emeritus of The King’s University (TKU) and Seminary, passed away on Sunday, January 8, 2023, in his home in the San Fernando Valley in Los Angeles,...
Being an online student at TKU, I wasn’t planning to go to graduation. I had a million reasons not to go. I didn’t know if anyone would come see me walk across the stage, and I felt like it wasn’t necessary. After all, I was taking my classes online from Hays, Kansas, so Southlake, Texas, was kind of far away. I was discouraged about it, so I told myself it’s not a big deal.